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Tag Archives: Wes Westrum
Giants Checking In: Marc Hill, Elsberry, MO Al Holland, Roanoke, VA Mike Ivie, Atlanta, GA Mike Krukow, Long Beach, CA Butch Metzger, Lafayette, IN Giants Checking Out: Red Dooin, Rochester, NY Arlie Latham, Garden … Continue reading
The Giants fire manager Wes Westrum, coaxing Bill Rigney out of retirement to replace him.
In November 1972, a 22-year-old pitcher from New Jersey had a tryout. He threw hard, and when the Giants offered him a contract on the spot, he blew off his scholarship to Clemson, signed the deal, and boasted to the … Continue reading
The Giants manage just one run in seven innings off Reds knuckleballer Willard Ramsdell‚ but the wheels come off “The Knuck” in the eighth: Eddie Stanky belts a leadoff homer‚ Whitey Lockman adds a two-run shot‚ and Wes Westrum finishes … Continue reading